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Koala Community Planting

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On Sunday 8th of April, between 9am to 11am, you have an opportunity to bring one and all to plant some 2000 trees to assist the koalas.

Join the crew at the Eprapah Creek Corridor to plant trees to increase the bush corridor to help out our favourite Aussie animal, the koala.

After the planting is done, there will be a sausage sizzle and you get a free native plant to take home with you.

So put on your closed toe and enclosed shoes, slap on some sunscreen, pack your water bottle and meet us there. The council is providing plants, tools, sunscreen, insect repellent and gardening gloves.

We look forward to seeing you there.
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Why? Protecting native koalas and native bush heritage
Where: Eprapah Creek Corridor, Liriope Place, Victoria Point
Cost: Free
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